Stormwater, flooding

Stormwater Management Training

Stormwater Management Training

    Training Series held in Orange County, NY Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County 18 Seward Ave., Third Floor, Middletown, NY 10940

    "ALL 2019 CLASSES HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. PLEASE REVISIT THIS PAGE FOR THE 2020 SCHEDULE"

     

    For those professionals involved in Stormwater management, keeping up with the latest trends and standards can be a challenging task. New techniques, standards, and regulations are evolving as research, experience, policies and performance data change.

    This series of Stormwater trainings is designed to provide private and public sector engineers, architects, administrators, planners and consultants with up-to-date techniques for understanding, evaluating, designing and reviewing Stormwater management plans and practices. The program emphasizes the standards in New York State, based on NYS-DEC’s January 2015 Stormwater Design Manual, the NYS-DEC Erosion and Sediment Control Manual, FEMA flood standards, and related permits, and also examines national standards and future trends.

    All trainings emphasize applications to real-world conditions, and involve hands-on, group, and individual exercises.

                                                                                

    PDH’s, LU’s, and CEU’s have been requested for each course. Code Enforcement Officer Credits may be available for some courses. Questions? Contact Erik Schellenberg at jk2642@cornell.edu or 845-344-1234. Register online or contact Jill or Kat at 845-344-1234 or jd863@cornell.edu or kal64@cornell.edu.

                                                                                          

                              

  • These trainings are offered through New York Regional Stormwater Training Centers
  • The New York Regional Stormwater Training Centers are a Statewide Partnership between Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange and Saratoga Counties, the Central New York Regional Planning & Development Board, and Monroe County SWCD. Our goal is to provide the best technical training to all Stormwater professionals working in New York State.
  • "Phase II" is part of the U.S. Federal Clean Water Act that regulates small municipalities and all construction sites of one acre or more through a national permit system to manage Stormwater runoff from urbanized areas.
  • The Regional Training Centers are dedicated to providing Stormwater professionals working in New York with the best possible information, education, and training to help better manage Stormwater runoff and keep all of our waters clean.
  • Other Regional Training Center information:
  • Saratoga County Intermunicipal Stormwater Management Program www.saratogastormwater.org
  • Central New York Regional Planning & Development Stormwater Training Program www.cnyrpdb.org/stormwater
  • Monroe County Soil & Water Conservation District www.monroecountyswcd.org

Contact

Erik Schellenberg
Commercial Horticulture and Natural Resources Educator
jk2642@cornell.edu
845 - 344 - 12324

Last updated September 4, 2019